Comfy, queen-size bed with closet space. Shared facilities... private room. Maximum stay: 3 days.
Near the heart of Downtown Little Rock, make yourself at home as a guest in this 2000 SF Craftsman-style brick abode. Handy to Downtown, Children's Hospital and UAMS Medical Center. House is Craftsman style with 2 guest bedrooms, 2 baths and a spacious, modern kitchen. Street parking. City buses nearby.
Queen-size bed - single: $60/night - two: $65/night. Share the bathroom, shared living room/kitchen/dining room, roofed deck overlooking a wild valley which barely reveals neighbors across the way.
Plenty to see, plenty to do or just do the nothing. Little Rock is bike friendly, has handsome scenery and drives nearby. Check the Guide Button.
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Shared bathroom, kitchen, washer/dryer, deck and entertainment den. Refrigerated storage is limited, but plenty of pantry space... Lots of spices, soy sauces, pots and pans, dishes and dinnerware. Sheets & towels provided but long-term guests manage their room upkeep.
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Street parking is limited to the curb. Other arrangements can be negotiated. In general I prefer a 3 night maximum on the two bedrooms... however, depending on circumstances, longer stays can be negotiated.
No Smoking in the house. On the deck or front porch it's permitted. Kitchen and baths are shared. Mature pets are welcome if housebroken, friendly and walked frequently. I have no pet currently. LIMIT two guests per bedroom!
Summer weather thermostat setting 76° - Winter setting 69.
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Retired musician and artist. All my life I've traveled the US, coast to coast several times, Vancouver to Key West, San Diego to Portland ME - several times in the past few years.... everything but the Dakota badlands, Alaska and Hawaii. I prefer driving and I'm not finished traveling.
I've lived in New York City, Frankfurt Germany, Charlottesville VA, San Francisco and returned to where I grew up - Little Rock - in 1971. Had my own graphics business here for almost thirty years, and spent the remainder of my business career working with my wife, Terry, in her very successful commercial appraisal business, until she passed.
I've enjoyed having the occasional Airbnb guest, all of whom have been good people. I like to live and let live. I agree with George Carlin: "Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things." I don't twit and facing the book does not appeal to me - I use my time in other ways and prefer email and the phone to social internet entanglements.